A sealed original pressing of the Rolling Stones' 1978 LP, Some Girls, with the original withdrawn cover.
Offered for sale is a sealed original pressing of the Rolling Stones’ 1978 LP, Some Girls, with the original withdrawn cover.
The Rolling Stones’ 1978 LP Some Girls is one of their best-selling albums ever, reaching #1 on the charts in both the U.S. and the UK. It’s also the album that featured their last #1 hit, “Miss You.” The album featured a die-cut cover that included photos of both band members and famous celebrities. Shortly after the release of the album, the band was sued by the representatives of some of those famous people, forcing the record company to remove the images of everyone but the band members. The words “cover under reconstruction” appeared where the images of Lucille Ball, Jackie Onassis and Marilyn Monroe had appeared in the earlier design.
The copy of Some Girls offered here is an original pressing, complete with the withdrawn cover. This copy is still sealed, with a hype sticker promoting “Miss You” attached to the wrap. There is a small tear of about 1/2″ in the wrap at the top right corner and a very small (1/8″ or so) tear in the wrap in the lower left corner.
A nice sealed original copy of a classic album.
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